Create immersive 3D experiences on Roblox with Roblox Studio, a free application available on Windows and macOS.
The following system specifications ensure that Studio runs smoothly:
- Windows – Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 10, or Windows 11. For Windows 10 or earlier, you also need Internet Explorer 11 or higher and the latest version of WebView2*. For Windows 8/8.1, you need to run Roblox in Desktop Mode, as Metro Mode isn't supported.
- macOS – macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) and above.
- Processor – Processor with a clock speed of 1.6 GHz or better.
- Memory – 2GB+ of system memory.
- Hard Disk – At least 10GB of available hard disk space after installation.
- Graphics Card – A computer less than 5 years old with a dedicated video card or a laptop less than 3 years old with an integrated video card.
- Internet Access – At least 4-8 MB/s to keep Studio up-to-date and save projects to your Roblox account.
*When installing WebView2 for Windows 10 or earlier, try the Evergreen Standalone Installer if the Evergreen Bootstrapper installation fails.
To install Studio:
Navigate to roblox.com/create.
Click the Start Creating button. A pop-up dialog displays.
Click the Download Studio button.
Find the Studio installer in your browser's download history and double-click the file.
- On Windows, the file is RobloxStudio.exe.
- On macOS, the file is RobloxStudio.dmg.
After Studio finishes installing, a pop-up confirmation displays. Click the Launch Studio button.
Studio is now installed on your system. After you install Studio, it will update periodically to ensure your version contains the latest features and fixes.
To get started on creating your first Roblox experience, see Introduction to Roblox Studio.